These articles discuss plans for a stock car race on the emerging road course located in Savannah, Georgia. This road course would  host the first American Grand Prize later that year. Under construction in the spring of 1908 for a stock car race there was also talk of hosting the Vanderbilt Cup which had struggled with crowd control issues throughout its history since 1904, resulting in a spectator death in 1906.

The article in attachment Savannah120509 originally appeared in the December 5, 1909 Indianapols Star. The article concerns plans for the use of the highly regarded Savannah, Georgia road course. This, like all the road races of the time, was a public roads circuit.